Become An Engineer for the Week!
We give students the tools, resources and connections to jump into building their own tech products. Inspired by the approaches that real engineers undertake in their day-to-day work, our project sprints let students work in small groups to engineer it together.
Facebook's Engineer for the Week is an immersive program that introduces students to the fast-paced world of engineering. Through project-based experiences, EFTW hopes to inspire the next generation of diverse engineers.
Get Ready to Sprint
Meet the faces behind the products you use everyday at Facebook, Messenger and Instagram. Each program sprint includes opportunities to connect and learn from working engineers.
Our Program Process
EFTW engages students in Scrum, an agile development framework used by real-world engineers. Teams participate in project sprints to build prototypes from design through the iteration of a final product.
For the first time, teens will get to experience what it's actually like to build products as a Facebook engineer. By collaborating on and building social impact projects, participants will form a learning foundation that they can carry forward in their education.
EFTW strives to educate and inspire teens of all backgrounds on the real-world uses of computer science skills. We aim to empower the next generation of engineering minds by working with facilitators in schools, after-school programs and other community spaces.
Our Learning Foundation
EFTW's projects simulate how engineers work. Our sprints are meant to serve as an approachable gateway to developing CS skills through short, high-impact projects that students can design and build themselves.
EFTW draws from the success of Facebook’s other educational technology programs — including TechStart, TechSummer. Virtual Reality Camp, and the EdMod Advisory Board.
Virtual Reality Camp
Education Modernization Advisory Board
EFTW is looking to partner with organizations and after-school programs who similarly strive to close the gap in technology for those traditionally underrepresented in computer science.
Join Our Program
If you are interested in bringing EFTW to your community, please read the documents below. If your organization meets our participation requirements, join us by getting started today!
Questions? Comments? Concerns? Feel free to reach out to our Engineer for the Week team and we will help you as quick as we can!